|Movies For the Blind 198 - Lonely Wives part 1|
A married lawyer (Edward Everett Horton) goes from hard-charging to skirt-chasing when the clock strikes 8pm, and sees a way to escape his mother-in-law when a man who can impersonate him arrives. Of course, it's not that simple. 1931. Part 1 of 2. moviesfortheblind.com
Keywords: podcast; description; blind; vision-impaired; comedy; edward everett horton; farce
|Movies For the Blind 199 - Lonely Wives part 2|
The morning after, Richard returns home and Felix is released from being locked up in his bedroom. But who spent the night with who's wife? Part 2 of 2. moviesfortheblind.com
Keywords: podcast; description; blind; vision-impaired; comedy; edward everett horton; esther ralston; farce
|THE PERFECT SPECIMEN trailer|
Errol Flynn is perfect in every way, except dating women. (Yeah, right!)
Keywords: movie trailers; comedies; romantic comedies; Errol Flynn; Joan Blondell; Edward Everett Horton
Pre-code fun with Edward Everett Horton.
Keywords: Edward Everett Horton; Esther Ralston; Laura La Plante; Patsy Ruth Miller
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|MOVIES Series 1. Alice In Wonderland (1933) and George White's Scandals (1934) - Phil Binstead|
Alice In Wonderland didn't do well at the box office mainly because the all-star cast were hidden behind the makeup for their characters, the public couldn't see who was who. If a little stiff and starchy at the begining before Alice falls down the rabbit hole once there this film enters the realms of magical fantasy cinema, it's wonderful characterisations, brilliant special effects and it's engaging charm make this 1933 version of Alice the best, even the great Disney couldn't equal it (my opi...
Keywords: George Whites Scandals 1934; Alice In Wonderland; 1933; Alice Faye; Rudy Vallee; Gary Cooper; Edward Everett Horton; Louise Fazender; Charlotte Henry; W. C. Fields; Sterling Holloway; Leon Errol; Paramount; Fox
|LONELY WIVES: Farce comedy with Edward Everett Horton in dual roles|
"LONELY WIVES" represents a 1931 American comedy film directed by Russell Mack, starring Esther Ralston, Edward Everett Horton, Esther Ralston, Laura La Plante as well as Patsy Ruth Miller. The screenplay was written by Walter DeLeon, based upon a successful German play which has been translated for the American stage under th same title as the film. It's a farce comedy with Edward Everett Horton in dual roles...
Keywords: Lonely Wives; Comedy; Komoedie; Farce Comedy; dual roles; Spielfilm; Esther Ralston; Edward Everett Horton; Esther Ralston; Laura La Plante; Patsy Ruth Miller; Rusell Mack; Husband; Wife; Confusion; Classic; Classic Movie; Lawyer; Actor